School of Business News
Think IT showcases IT career options for high school studentsCommunications and Marketing - May 3, 2017
Think IT showcases IT career options for high school students In partnership with the Prairie South School Division, Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s two-day workshop focuses on hands-on learning and career pathways exploration May 3, 2017 - Saskatchewan Polytechnic's Moose Jaw campus will open its doors to 37 high school students from the Prairie South School Division on May 5 and 6, 2017, for Think IT - an interactive workshop that links students with mentors in mobile app development, game development and other IT related fields.
Grad takes skills across the province as the 2017 SaskatchewandererCommunications and Marketing - February 17, 2017
Grad takes his skills across the province as the 2017 Saskatchewanderer Andrew Hiltz received his Marketing diploma from Sask Polytech in 2010 Travel around the province, meet new people, experience all the amazing places Saskatchewan has to offer and share it all with the world. That’s the job description for the Saskatchewanderer – a year-long position offered to one lucky individual each year through Tourism Saskatchewan. For Saskatchewan Polytechnic grad Andrew Hiltz, it’s his dream job.
Sask Polytech receives $325,000 in funding from ViterraCommunications and Marketing - January 20, 2016
Gift provides student award support for the next decade January 20, 2016 - Saskatchewan Polytechnic celebrated a $325,000 contribution from Viterra this morning at the Regina Campus. The funds have been designated to student awards via bursaries and scholarships.
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High school students showcase business skillsCommunications and Marketing - November 25, 2015
Saskatchewan Polytechnic's School of Business hosted its third annual Business and Beyond competition today in Moose Jaw with the theme, Gearing Up for the Future. Approximately 75 high school students competed for a chance to win prizes including Sony SRS X2 mini speakers and Paradigm headphones in addition to tuition credits and textbooks towards a Saskatchewan Polytechnic School of Business education.